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The Office of the Vice-Provost, Innovations in Undergraduate Education (VPIUE) supports ongoing and new efforts to enhance the quality and expand the reach of high-impact teaching and learning practices at the University of Toronto.

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In support of the President’s priority to reinvent undergraduate education at U of T, our portfolio reflects this goal within the University’s first-entry divisions through three interrelated pillars: 

Latest News

  • Launch of Folio
    This fall, the Co-Curricular Record (CCR) will celebrate its 10-year anniversary. The CCR provides a database of activities that allows students to search for opportunities beyond the classroom and keep track of their accomplishments. The CCR aims to prioritize the importance of co-curricular involvement at U of T, to recognize, celebrate and make sense of… Read more: Launch of Folio
  • Bay View Alliance Session on Flexible Learning
    The Bay View Alliance is hosting a community conversation on Flexible Learning: Assessing Where We Are and Thinking Forward to Next Steps. This conversation will be hosted Thursday November 18, 2021 from 4:00 – 5:00 PM ET via Zoom (link below). Flexible Learning is a broad term with differing interpretations depending on institutional context.  In… Read more: Bay View Alliance Session on Flexible Learning
  • U of T Joins Bay View Alliance
    The OVPIUE is pleased to announce that the University of Toronto has recently been accepted as a member of the Bay View Alliance (BVA), a network of Canadian and American research universities working to address the challenges of building a culture that supports more effective teaching and enhanced student learning at institutional, divisional and department levels.  The BVA is guided by three key principles:  Significant… Read more: U of T Joins Bay View Alliance
  • QS Reimagine Education Awards
    The 2021 Wharton-QS Reimagine Education Awards are now accepting applications until October 3rd.  These awards welcome application from faculty in the categories of outstanding research, employability outcomes, and internationalization. The Reimagine Education Awards are designed to offer universities a chance to shine a light upon their outstanding teaching initiatives.
  • Plagiarism Detection Tool (PDT)
    The University’s current contract with Turnitin ends in 2021, and an RFP was required for any new contract for a plagiarism detection tool (PDT). While that process is ongoing, a revision has been made to the syllabus language required with the use of the University’s PDT. For several years Turnitin has been integrated into Quercus… Read more: Plagiarism Detection Tool (PDT)